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One way to get cuffed: Woman in Mexico caught masturbating at 'Fifty Shades' screening

In this image released by Universal Pictures and Focus Features, Jamie Dornan, left, and Dakota Johnson appear in a scene from "Fifty Shades of Grey." The ticket-buying site Fandango said pre-sales have propelled the movie into the 15-year-old company's Top 5 for R-rated selections. Several hundred screenings have already sold out from Tupelo, Mississippi, to Chattanooga, Tennessee, the company said. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures and Focus Features)

In this image released by Universal Pictures and Focus Features, Jamie Dornan, left, and Dakota Johnson appear in a scene from "Fifty Shades of Grey." The ticket-buying site Fandango said pre-sales have propelled the movie into the 15-year-old company's Top 5 for R-rated selections. Several hundred screenings have already sold out from Tupelo, Mississippi, to Chattanooga, Tennessee, the company said. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures and Focus Features)

In Sinaloa, Mexico, a woman was really enjoying a screening of the erotic movie, “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

A little too much.

A 33-year-old woman caught the attention of her fellow-moviegoers after reportedly pulling her pants down a bit and playing with herself during one of the flick’s S&M-inspired sex scenes.

According to a number of newspaper reports, various viewers alerted employees to her transgression, and she was escorted out of the theater.

The theater staff called police, and the woman was arrested.

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That’s one way to get into handcuffs. The movie is about a couple who begin a sadomasochistic relationship.

This isn’t the first instance of bad behavior at a screening of the movie, which stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan and is based on E.L. James’ best-selling novel. In Glasgow last week, three women who got a little rowdy at a screening allegedly struck a man with a wine bottle after he told them to quiet down.

“Fifty Shades” grossed a record $85 million in its first weekend in release in the U.S. and nearly $160 million internationally. 

It retained the top spot in the U.S. box office in its second weekend, grossing $23.2 million, according to studio estimates from Sunday and an additional $68.1 million overseas.

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